A guide to allowing Windows Server users to access applications remotely Written for those beginning a design and those determining whether Terminal Services is right for a particular business, this book discusses what is needed to know to successfully deploy Terminal Services on Windows Server 2003.
This book is not an administrator’s guide. Rather, it’s written for IT consultants, system engineers, and architects who must plan, design, implement, and optimize Windows 2003-based Terminal Server systems.
Table of Contents
- Terminal Server Overview
- Terminal Server Architecture
- Terminal Server Network Architecture
- Application Strategies and Server Sizing
- Customizing the User Environment
- Designing High Availability Solutions
- User Access Methods and Client Devices
- Deploying and Configuring Remote Desktop Clients
- Accessing Terminal Servers via Web Portals
- Performance Tuning and Optimization
- Terminal Services Deployment in the Enterprise
- Server Management and Maintenance
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